1994 Porsche 928


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Very rare and stunningly finished in Amazon Green Metallic with a Carrera Grey interiorJust 26,000 km(16,000 miles), automatic transmission, ordered new to Japan and UK registered in 2015Certificate of Authenticity states optional equipment of top-tinted windscreen, sunroof and soft-look leather front seatsOfferedstraight from Jay Kays amazing collection this is adesirable, low mileage 1990's modern classicIn terms of the 928, in 1989 Porsche moved the game on with the even more powerful 928 GT, which with a top speed of around 170mph was the Stuttgart firm's fastest production car at that time, before launching the model's ultimate incarnation: the 928 GTS. Introduced at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 1991, the latter boasted a 5.4-litre engine producing all of 345bhp and automatics were fitted with the much faster responding 'Dynamic Kickdown' gearboxes setting them apart from the previous models. The GTS model also benefitted from a complete electrical revamp, eradicating the problems of past models and in this form, the 928 lasted in production until the model's deletion in 1995.The accompanying Certificate of Authenticity states that this remarkable 928 GTS was sold through Porsche Japan and registered in February 1994. It was delivered in the very rare Amazon Green Metallic with a Carrera Grey interior andwas optioned with a top tinted windscreen, sunroof and soft-look leather front seats.This remarkable, right-hand drive, automatic GTS has covered just 26,000 km(16,000miles) and was imported into the UK in 2015. More recently it has formed part of the rock star Jay Kays amazing collection and Silverstone Auctions are honoured he has enlisted our services to offer it to the open market. This is a low mileage example in an extremely rare colour and combined with its special provenance, it certainly looks like a very interesting proposition.